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August, 2017


Book Review: Rooms of One’s Own – 50 Places that Made Literary History by Adrian Mourby

Just published this review on Amazon. Although it displays as “Kindle Edition” I actually purchased the hardcover version through Amazon.co.uk. I’m thrilled I did, because I found the book a gem I want in my library to reread and refer to for years to come. …

Tricia Pimental

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